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Booster vaccination

Boosters help to protect you against serious illness from COVID-19.

If your last COVID-19 vaccine dose or confirmed infection (whichever is the most recent) was 6 months ago or more, you may be recommended to receive an additional COVID-19 vaccine booster dose. It does not matter how many doses you have received before.

65 years or older

If you are aged 65 years or older you are recommended to receive a booster dose in 2023.

18 to 64 years

If you are aged 18 to 64 years and are at higher risk of severe illnesslaunch from COVID-19, or have a disability with significant or complex health needs it is recommended you receive a 2023 booster dose.

If you are not at higher risk of severe illness, and you are aged 18 to 64, consider getting a 2023 booster dose. Speak to your doctor or vaccination provider about your next COVID-19 vaccine booster dose.

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